Iron Belle News: DNR awards $515,000 in local funding for projects along Michigan's Iron Belle Trail across 28 communities in 18 counties. “This is tremendous news for these communities,” said Paul Yauk, state trails coordinator with the DNR.
Michigan’s Iron Belle Trail is the longest state-designated trail in the nation, encompassing more than 2,000 miles of of hiking and biking routes, allowing users to explore pristine forests and cool rivers while connecting big cities to smaller and diverse towns.
The trail extends from Belle Isle in Detroit to Ironwood in Michigan’s western Upper Peninsula. The trail is slated to span 2,019 miles and is approximately 68 percent completed.
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